Intentionality: How to Tackle Confidence Issues with Alex Hogg

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The Australasian Women in Emergencies Network, Taumata Arowai, and Alex Hogg invite you to join us in-person or online for an exciting evening focused on being intentional and imposter syndrome.

Intentionality: How to Tackle Confidence Issues

Imposters Syndrome, is it something we all have; what Reshma Saujani called out as modern-day “bicycle face”; or something in-between? This talk will briefly step you through the theories, and focus on how you can help overcome confidence issues by being more intentional with your thoughts & actions.

Using stories (from the outrageous, you won’t believe they can possibly be true, to the everyday mundane we all experience), Alex will give you examples of intentionality; give three tips for tackling confidence issues; and leave you with the power of body language (& the wonderfully thought-provoking Amy Cuddy).

Date: Tuesday, 16 July 2024
Time: 7:00 pm to 8:15 pm New Zealand Time
Location: Wellington CBD or Virtual
Cost: Free

Speaker Profile: Alex Hogg
Alex has over 15 years’ Coaching/Mentoring; Leadership; and Emergency Management experience, gained both in New Zealand and Australia.

Throughout her time at the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) and the Ministry of Civil Defence & Emergency Management (MCDEM), Alex was the New Zealand National Welfare Manager (& Chair of the National Welfare Coordination Group) in response/recovery; managed Planning, Social & Community Resilience, and Infrastructure Resilience teams/unit; was a member of the New Zealand Inc. Pacific Rapid Response Team; and the APEC Emergency Preparedness Working Group 2021-2023.

Now, Alex runs her own business (Alexandra Hogg Coaching & Consulting), specialising in Coaching & Leadership Development; and Emergency Management Consulting; while still supporting NEMA in capability development.


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